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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - July 27, 1929, Mason City, Iowa SiSfJHaJssgaHsaBSKsasasssiapsa POUR kASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE Clear Lake Katiryn McGownn Editor Office No 2S9 PAINTERS HAVE BOARD MEETING 160 Register at Annual Mid Summer Picnic Band Plays at Hotel CLEAR LAKE July biningbusiness with pleasure at the of the ex ecutive board of the Master Paint ers and Decorators association rhet on the spacious porch of the Lake shore hotel early Saturday morning Business matters were discussed and plans made for the annual win termeeting1 which will in ail proba bility convene at Minneapolis More than 160 painters decor ators andtheir families registered for the two day outing and picnic with more expected to arrive Sat urday afternoon for a weekend va cation Albert Shimamura native of Hawaiiand swimming instructorat Witkes beach entertained the crowd at the Lakeshore hotel dock for an hour Saturday morning giving swimming and American Red Cross demonstrations He was assisted by Iliss Frances White Life saving aud holds to be used on a drowning vic tim concluded the water program Mr Shimamura has been In the United States eight years and at present1 is a medical student at Loyala university Chicago At 11 oclocka concert by the Clear Lake professional band under leadership of D Giosclo played a concert on the hotel porch The afternoon hours were given over to an outdoor sports prdgram at Lions field One ofthe highlights of the twoday outing will be the banquet and dance at the Lakeahore hotel Saturday evening William H C Moeller Minneapo lis president of the Minnesota as sociation and Mrs Moelier presi dent of the Minneapolis auxiliary and William H B Donaldson sec retary of the Minneapolis chapter IftSTITOOTS are among the outofstate persons in attendance Auto and boat rides around the lake and social gettogethers enter tained the group Friday PetersenV Slide Adds Thrills for J3 North Shore Bathers CLEAR LAKE July thrills at Petersons bathing beach been made1its patrons iccbrding1 to ArthurPetersion The elide Spnstructed at the same location as the old tower arid was especially designed and built by his father George Peterson Clear Lake contractor Toboggans are conveyed up to the tower by anendless chain Improve ment over the former slide is the railingon either side of the track which eliminates all danger of rid ers falling into the water The to boggans are equipped with steel ball bearing rollers Its never so warm but that It could be Cedar Falls Dally Record R H COLLIS INtalking to his Friday morning classes R H ColJis stated church is indispensable and deserves our loyal allegiance The chief mission of the church is to ead men into true worship Wor hip is reverential silence in which ve come to a realization and exper ence of God The students reaction was writ en by Margaret ChaliceOelwein and Opal Evans of Cedar Rapids The Rev Mr Challis tells us the est ways to interest young people in the church His key sentence IB Get friends to do the things you do FULLER TO BE SUNDAY Methodist Pastor to Conduct Services for June Fuller at2 pm CLEAR LAKE July R Tumbleson pastor of the Methodist church will conduct last for June Fuller 11 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Herb Ful ler at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon at 2 oclock A brief ser vice will be held at tSe home at Little Miss Fuller died following a mastoid operation which she had at a Mason City hospital 19 daya was the only child Burial will be made at the Clear Lakecemetery Davenport Bank Head fe VisitHere CJLEAR LAKE Jfjy 27 Nyemaster of tie Commerce Savings bank of Davenport together with Mrs Nyemaster and daughter Miss Ruth Jeanettfl and Don RayJr spent Friday afternoon visiting Dr T W Chandler and PeteC Peterson at he Chandler Wayside Castle on the lorth shore The family will spend wo weeks at Templar park Spirit Lake for a rest BOY IS BORN CLEAR LAKE July and Sirs M E Sogard South Third street are announcing the birth of i son born at their home July 17 The baby weighed six pounds thanks for telling me about PFAFFS SLICED BREAD One woman tells another and so it goes For here is good news that travels fast Women who appreciate modern know quality and demand it are enthusiastic about Pfaff Sliced Bread M p s t housewives are grateful to know of new things which are better yet cost very little or no more Your friends your neighbors are using Sliced Bread and like it You will too Serve it tomorrow Betsy Ross Bakers PFAFFS SUCED BREAD PFAFF BAKING CO Your Friend and Neighbor So Simple So So convenient SOLOS FEATURE BAND PROGRAM Jacques to Play Selected Cornet Number Connelly Will Sing CLEAR LAKE July lected vocal and instrumental solos by W W Connelly former director of the Methodist choir and B Jac ques cornetist will be added at tractions at the regular Sunday afternoon and evening concerts Mr Connelly has returned to Clear Lake to reside permanently after several years absence At present he Is en gaged in the Jlfe insurance business Mr Jacques wasthe first of the band members to appear in solo numbers this season four weeks ago Other numbers on the program as arranged by D Gioscio leader fol low March Above the Clouds G E Holmea Overture Don Juan Mozart Cornet solo selected B Jacques La Gitana E Bucaloosi Syncopation Jericho R Myers Intermission Echoes From the Metropolitan Opera House T M Tobani Vocal solo selected W W Con nelly Chilian dance Manana J M Missud March Captain of Guard F H Losey Evening Concert March American Legion C Parker Overture William Tell G Ros sini Cornet solo selected B Jacques OKOBOJI HIM HAIL CLEAR LAKE Lee Manager Residence Phone Ho 87 METHODIST CAMP CLEAR LAKE July night as nearly 700 folks sat on the shore at Methodist Camp for the Qaiiee serv ice Dean H C Culver announced Up at Okoboji the institute Is just past In their last action the dele gates authorized members of the tribe to bear greetings to us at Clear Lake and kindle our fire They are coming by water and portage path I thing they are near at hand now And looking out on the lake sure enough there came a canoe The chief stood in front of the boat arms extendedto the Great Spirit as he was silhouetted against a sky of evening color His paddler head ed the green craft toward Clear Lake institute dock atMethodist camp On shore children grasped their mothers hands really Indians they Are asked they And iij1j about fiat time a landing had been place made the tomtom was in The chief spoke by the fire Okoboji Mm hail Clear Lake Him bring firestick to lightum fire Him thank Great Spirit for nrestick Him glad you have 16 institutes Him do 16 steps around Waltz Kiss From Merry J Strauss qu W ar Syncopation Jericho R Myers Intermission Descriptive American and Indian fantasia The Death of Custer Lee Johnson Vocal solo selected W W Con nelly Intermezzo Forget Me Not A Macbeth March Coral W P Chambers CLEAR LAKE LOCALS Wayside Inn serving a special chicken dinner Sunday Mr and Mrs Alvln Prestholt and Mr and Mrs William Fore of Chi cago are guests at the home of Mr and Mrs H JM Dunsmore JefferT SpecJel Sunday Shore Sotel Dining Room Mrs Harry Hall aostess Mrs Hattle Mullen Scotch Plaines N J arrived Friday for an extended visit with her son Harold Mullen and family Mr Mullen operates Harolds Place stand near the north shore bathhouses For cots rugs etc Connelly North Shore Mars Hill GALILEE SERVICE FEATURES FRIDAY EVENING MEETING William Perdew Is Speaker at Epworth League Meeting METHODIST CAMP Clear Lake July services on edge of the lake were the main feature of Friday the biggest day at the six teenth annual Epworth league insti tute being held at Methodist camp Clear Lake Aquatic events also played a big part in the Friday af fire Then four huntingsteps for comers of league Maltese cross Look urn on ground light to no for true light here must shine Him find firestick whatyou Him light fire salute you And who were these who Indian clad thus started the 1929 Camp Fire As Gail Henke of Oelwein the paddler turned the canbs around and the Indians stlemtly de parted the institute turned the chiefs name around and there you are ternoon program The Galilee services were In uu uuu T4 JJLL charge of Deau H C Culver Mount Veruon Music was furnished by the institute orchestra accompanied by a thousands of mos quitoes Dr C Boatman Des Moinea gave a talk The song feature of the eveningwas intro duced by Dr Baker It was an old institute favorite Galilee Mar garet Miller Waterloo played a vi olin solo and Elizabeth Wallace sang a favorite hymn for a solo The Rev William Perdew Mar ion was the speaker of the evening He did not speak from a boat how ever as had been planned Heis quoted as saying If I spoke from a boat I would think too much of my balance physically I would rather speak from land and keep my balance mentally Spoke on Comradeship The Rev Mr Perdews speech was on Comradeship with Jesus The heart of his talk was the per boat excursion over the lake was taken Saturday night Percy Culver will speak on Good Will Indus tries Floyd Wiler Cedar Falls diiec tor of the orchestra has been a postal employe for seven years He has used his spare time building up a 36 piece orchestra at the M E church in Cedar Falls It is not always that an institute is fortunate enough to share the headquarter staff Miss Magill Chi cago office because of her methods and ability to assist in productions of drama has very little time for in stitute work as most of her time is devoted to coaching in different schools A popcorn meeting was held Fri day night at the Pearl Lease cot tage with eligibles for Upper Iowa as guests Decorah had bar becue Friday the first party in their new cottage Mason City people had their first watermelon feed on Friday night President Burgstahler was host at Cornell cottage to an informal re ception Friday evening for alum nae and prospective students One lad in the Fayette cottage Peacock Roost accidentally hap pened to find his toothbrush Fri day morning He was positive he you but maybe God put me up here just to remind you that like me He is watching THE OWNERS OP UNLOCKED on them says many a lovelorn couple It Is with a smile that many a man has found the back curtain down in bis sedan when he starts out in the morning at Methodist camp What romanca some back seats could tell at insti tute Some cars have appended signs reading This car such and such Many cars around the south shore of Clear Lake are entitled to wear The back seat of this car is unlocked until 10 p m evenings at institute INSTITOOTS C WnZIGMAN instructor in Bible 5s quoted as stating to aad brot it had lost it to camp but thot he need to be communion all of the time with Him and He will still be our friend Friday afternoon the Clear Lake band entertained the members of the institute with a concert John CClinton did some solo whistling i The major portion of Friday af cottage steel ternoon was given over to aquatic etc Connelly Cottage events Probably the outstanding Mars Hill j interest for the spectators centered Paul Cooper returned to his homo in the fancy diving of Dick Butler at Detroit Friday evening following of Cedar Rapids and Ben Thomas a Ttrtrn TvTva A T nit a visit with Mrs A I Mrs Edith Naylor Uptown tonight lOc and Z5c Mrs C E Grand June lion and Mr and Mrs C L Ather on of Council Bluffs are guests at the home of Dr and Mrs A B Phillips The three women are sis ters Park Theater tonight The Flying Marine Ben Lyon Talking Picture Bliss Freda Stofer waitress at Watkins cafe was called to Bagley Fridayby the sudden death of her father Miss Stofer Is a niece of Mrs George Watklns The thing that goes out of data quickest today is the endurance NewsRepublican DR W O MAUCH DENTIST Weir BIdg Phona 872 Why do so many exacting people trust their delicate fabrics to us to clean Why does our business con tinue to grow so fast Why do our prices meet with the approval of our patrons Why Is our cleaning plant different from the rest Why do we please so many with our quick service and workmanship LET OTHERS TELL YOU DRY CLEANERS ro district for the Ryan of Water of the Davenport toys and Sonny loo for the girls In the events for boys Greenley Waterloo division won the 50 yard free style stroke Butler Cedar Rapids division pulled in second and Hardig Dubuque division placed third Greenley and Butler placed first and second respectively in the 50 yard crawl and Yates Waterloo came In third Hardlg won the 50 yard side stroke Yates and Butler took second and third respectivey The plunge was won by Hardig Preacott Waterloo got second and Currie and Crabtree Waterloo division tied for third place Won on Jack Knife In hoys diving Butler won the jack knife and Currie placed sec ond Thomas of Davenport division took third place Thomas won the swan dive Butler and Hardig took second and third respectively But ler placed first in fancy diving Thomas second and Currie was third In the 25 yard freestroke for girls Ryan of the Waterloo division took first honors Kirwin Cedar Rapids was second and Moore Waterloo was third Kirwin took first place in Prescott Waterloo division was second and Fenlon Davenport placed third Prescott won the side stroke with Kirwin and Whorrell Cedar Rapids taking second and third places In the girls diving events Ryan won the jack knife Fenlon and Prescott received second and third places respectively Ryan took the swan dive with Preacott and Fen lon winning second and third Ry an also took fancy diving honors with Fenlon and Prescott taking second and third Azeltine Water loo won the plunge Prescott and Fenlon took second and third places Dick Butler Cedar Rapids was high point winner of the meet Sonny Ryan Waterloo was the star performer for the girls Won Cup Again Waterloo won the cup again this year with a walk away irj afl ath letic events The cup has to be won three years before It becomes per manent property of the division The final standing In points was Waterloo 170 Cedar Rapids 106 Dubuqup 66 Davenport 51 The flag raising Saturday morn ing was done by a color guard of red heads of the camp Saturday night the flag will be lowered by the three nurses the Misses Mary Hennlger Eileen Jeffrey and Jan et Nelson Saturday afternoon tha annual INVISIBLES AT THE INSTITUTE By JOHN D CLINTON Twenty Hour If the pullav sticks at the top of the flag pole if it rains in on everything if you need blackboards or have grass thtttaeeds cutting water that causea a campfire that needs finding and building Waterloo silently faithfuUy lend irigvbn scrVice manager Clyde Baker You must put in pretty long hours Paul Oh yes but I Just keep at it steadily and thus this Cornellian counts Leonard 5 a that A new degree they confer at Upper Iowa push our chairs around drop our books of song oc casionally and track dirt all over the tabernacle Oh it will all come out in the wash Yes with Leonard Davies as the hose man after taps or up at 5 a m in order that order may prevail It is for chaps of the type of Paul and Leonard that northeast Iowa continues to say to Cornell and Upper on Otis on tho fcronzed shouldered giant with the sunrise heart might be a title for Otis Moore pastor to the beach swim mer re luxe and writer When God says Go he says all right ami with his talented wife Alice Rigbv Moore and their children they go Otis Moore of St Ansgar on the dock mornings at 6 oclock and af ternoons at 3 oclock is one of the main reasons why year after year 600 institutors meet and swim and yet have no water accidents C C HALL M 0 ard tno NURSES THREE Three Cedar Rapids St Lukes hospital nursns and a certain Dr Halt of Maynaril have held the bridge for Snstitslo health this week Dr Hall on a va cation Well daily classes lor youth and ministers and time off at supper time Oh doctor will you stop at the hospital tent on your way home And the minute he stops finds 119 persons there anil as the evening program is nearly over he loses that but oh well hes building himself a niche in the insti tute hall of fame so why should he loaf around now THE BOTHERED CHIPMUNKS woods were ours But we dont blame you for wanting to share them But behave wont you We dont throw paperal over Yen ought to be the equal of a chip munk And be ladies and gentle men always My small bark at you from my unseen perch may startle F his Friday classes The Bible is Gods revelation of moral and spiritual values inHim self and in man Genesis presents God ascreator man as superior to all else in crea tion disobedience as the cause of spiritual failure crime as related to dishonesty the elimination of the hopelessly sinful and the exaltation of purposeful personalities Alice Moore St Ansgar wrote a reaction to the talk God uses his words as symbols God uses his stones ag symbols to get his thots across to the people ADDITIONAL CLEAR LAKE ON MARKET PAGE It Didnt Take Long Ray Seneya was thn place for me to buy the Diamond PARK THEATER CLEAR The Coolest Place in Town Blizzard Ventilated SUN MON TUES 100 AllTalking Picture 1DQVEJ The Greatest Talking Comedy Ever Made Everyone of OUR GANG TALKS ON RAILROADING Alat Sun lOc unrt SOc Eve Inc and 40c ZIP LETS GO Ride The New Giant Toboggan PETERSENS BATH HOUSE 10 RIDES SOc Special to Our Patrons 10 RIDES Finish your floors WITH NEPTUNITB QUICKDRYING FLOOR VARNISH This new QuickDrying Neptunite Varnissh comes in the sanie high quality for which all Neptunites are noted It is of good body and has perfect flowing and leveling properties It dries dustfree in one hour and can be re coated in from four to five hours It is not affected by hot or cold water Let ns supply your Varnish needs Currie Van Ness Co Maintained By Merit Phone 17 11 North Federal NORTH IOWA FTV Ic r F JV JLJ JLl September 2 3 4 5 6 IT OPENS ON LABOR DAY Gorgeous Winter Garden Revue Ten feature Vaudeville Acts Auto Races Horse Races Running Races Concert Band Fireworks A 4 A Connections That Mean Better Service Just as you need a personal banking 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